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August, 26, 2016

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Kim Jong-un impersonator
A man impersonating North Korea's Kim Jong-un attends the closing ceremony of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday, Aug. 21.
 
'Marvellous' Rio flames out as Super Abe takes baton
The Rio Olympics ended in a blaze of colour with an exuberant closing ceremony on Sunday as Tokyo took up the baton promising to host the best Games yet in 2020.
 
Neymar claims Brazil's most treasured gold
After a rollercoaster Olympics for the hosts, it took just one kick of a ball from Brazil's poster boy Neymar to make a nation's dream come true.
 
Taiwan's delegation to the Summer Olympic Games concluded its run in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday with a small haul of one gold and two bronze medals, plus its fair share of controversy -- both in and out of the competition venues.
 
Water issues linger after Olympics come to an end
Helicopters were up at daybreak spotting rubbish flows at the Olympic sailing venue, with boats below collecting the debris.
 
2nd Olympic double for Farah
There is no doubt about it: Mo Farah is among the best long-distance runners of all time.
 
Matthew Centrowitz's victory in the 1,500 is first for US since 1908
Matthew Centrowitz always wanted to be an Olympic runner. Kind of like Matt Centrowitz.
 
Sixth gold for Felix as USA win 4x400m gold
Allyson Felix clinched a record sixth career Olympic gold Saturday as the United States won the 4x400-meter relay for a sixth straight Games.
 
Kerber reaches final, win away from unseating Williams
Angelique Kerber reached the Western & Southern Open final Saturday, leaving her one win away from unseating Serena Williams at No. 1.
 
China capture women's volleyball gold, coach takes her place in history
Head held high as she took the court moments after her Chinese team entered the arena, Jenny Lang Ping waved and smiled in several directions then paced around the floor observing China's championship opponent from Serbia.
 
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